All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @thom_brooks: RT @thom_brooks: MUST READ: Tories must publish Brexit plan or there’s zero chance of a good deal | Keir Starmer theguardian.com/commentisfree/… #B…

RT @leicesterliz: If there’s one thing that should come out of the #COVIDー19 crisis it is reforming social care. This is the challenge of our generation and @UKLabour is determined to seize it. My interview this evening on @Channel4News https://t.co/QSEWwtb0ZA

Monica Lennon (Labour) retweeted @Gedk :

RT @Gedk: There’s a lot happening in George Square today but I’m really glad I got the chance to hear powerful speeches from people with lived experience of addiction who came together to raise awareness of the increase in drug related deaths in Scotland. #youkeeptalkingwekeepdying https://t.co/8bN0g3jSgH

After years of hostility to even the use of the word reparations, there’s now potentially a door opening to enable serous discussion & policy making on this. Progress in Rhodes statue campaign whilst Johnson scraps DFID show this fight could go either way. theguardian.com/world/2020/jun…

RT @xtophercook: Bizarre Hackitt review press conference: at the start, adamant there was no need for banning types of cladding. There’s too much prescription, she said. By the end, would support govt taking her report and including a ban on combustible insulation on high rises.

RT @anandMenon1: RT @anandMenon1: I reckon there’s a valid position between ‘this country is shit’ and ‘this country is perfect’.

RT @rmperry1978: @gerardpatrick @angelaeagle Surely there’s a rule that covers this? You must have to have a minimum number of MP’s debating and voting in parliament for anything to pass?!

RT @UKLabour: RT @UKLabour: There’s no planet B, we need to take of our oceans today. #WorldOceansDay https://t.co/Wqn9aQiFER

RT @UKLabour: RT @UKLabour: There’s no planet B, we need to take of our oceans today. #WorldOceansDay https://t.co/Wqn9aQiFER

RT @Channel4News: “There’s probably been 40,000 excess deaths that could have been avoided.” Former Chief Scientific Advisor Sir David King says the government’s handling of the epidemic has been “disastrous”, adding it is “too early” to start lifting lockdown. https://t.co/FafL25fna6